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Topic # 5328 19-Oct-2005 22:24
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PLse help if anyone can with settings for sending/receiving pixt on LG U8130. Have tried settings as posted on other forums to no avail what am I doing wrong???
The ph requires a MMS Proxy, Connection mode choices are TCP or UDP?
Any ideas???

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Reply # 21766 19-Oct-2005 23:46
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Welcome to Geekzone...

Have you tried the Vodafone on-line configurator? It doesn't list your model, but it does have the LG U1850 in the list. You could try that one?

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Reply # 21780 20-Oct-2005 09:31
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Been there done that I'm afraid. Nothing comes through to the ph and I'm told it will only come through to the exact model number??? It'll have to be configured manually but I can't seem to get it to work with all the standard stuff.


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Reply # 21823 20-Oct-2005 22:22
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Well, my advice???


I have the u8130 from Jan... Tried all sorts of combination, nothing nothing works... Not the ports 8080, nor the 9210, combined with the settings from Vodafone... nada..... I have tried for half a year already..... I really don't know why it doesn't work...

As for GPRS/UTMS for Vodafone Live, just use the generic settings. But even then, I only get a Black and white page, not a picture one...

Thank goodness video calling works fine though...

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